2017 zipped by super quickly. I’m still in denial that it will soon be 2018! LOL Here are my best nine photos via Instagram for 2017. Thank you all so much for the likes and for just reading my posts. I truly appreciate you all for loving ggsdolls. It means a lot to me. Si […]
A few months ago, I was smitten by a doll from a fellow collector via IG posted on his stream. It was the teen version of Pebbles, from “The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show”, 1971. I decided to be brave and ask him where he bought her? His reply was, “No, I repainted and made her […]
I found a shrink plastic sheets at my local Goody Store/Daiso! I decided to give it a go, and had to do some tweaking here, and there to get it to where I am happy with my creation… This was late October, of course, it looked pretty easy, right?! Not quite. LOL
I’ve been busy with some creative work as of late and it took up a lot of time and attention. So, after trying to take a bit of a break, here’s what I received in the mail this past week! While doing some searches two weeks ago via ebay, I found this lovely vintage Cortendorf […]
I recently won a Lot of shaker cuties… On ebay, I found this lot. I’ve already listed the mod green pair. I didn’t want to up-cycle them, they look amazing just as they are.
I was not happy with the upcycled work I did on the pin cushion chairs here, the first time… So, I began working on them last night and then started on them this morning. I must say, I’m very pleased with my work on them now!
Here’s a quick way you can create those really cute vintage furry figurines you see in some collectors photos. I was asked a few times, on how I made the furry cutie here in this post. So, naturally, I’d rather share how I did it via blog post! You saw the cute little deer shakers […]
Wishing you all a very Happy Halloween! Be safe and enjoy yourselves! It’s okay to be what ever your little heart wishes for today…
I decided to revamp my cute little red celluloid bunny baby. Especially since he has some areas or spots that need filling in…
After receiving the dolly closet, I immediately started working on it. Luckily, I had most of what I needed to do the work. Whew!